Category Archives: 1 – Training

10-20-30 Rule

I like the concept of this. Guy Kawasaki’s 10-20-30 rule says that a PowerPoint presentation should have ten slides, last no
more than twenty minutes, and contain no font smaller than thirty
points. I think Merlin Mann of 43folders said it best…”Get in, get out, and don’t make people squint. Awesome.”

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Fantastic Implementation

Although the items I viewed were somewhat truncated, this is a fantastic idea for pulling information from one source and providing it in a variety of different formats automatically.

Plus, there is a lot of good training content available here as well. The sections I’m really looking at are related to electricity generation, transmission & distribution…along with training of course! 😉

Go see Training Packages Unwrapped and see if you can find something worthwhile for yourself.

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What is that Windows Key for on my keyboard?

[ via Dumb Little Man ] Do you EVER use the Windows key on your keyboard? Don’t even know what that means? Take a look at your keyboard, just to the left of the spacebar. Do you see that key with the flag on it? Do you know what it’s for?

Here is a list of helpful shortcuts you can use with the Windows key:

Windows key — Displays START menu

Windows key + d — Shows the Desktop. Repeated, it restores the previous windows that were being displayed

Windows key + e
— Opens a new Windows Explorer window

Windows key + f
— Displays Find Files or Search

Windows key + m
— Minimizes all windows

Windows key + shift + m
— Undo Minimize all

Windows key + Shift + m — Restores windows minimized by previous command

Windows key + tab
— Cycle through Taskbar buttons

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